HTC's best selling phone doesn't get ice cream sandwich... disappointed Wildfire S user! :(
fdsfds, 23 May 2012too late anyway.. ice cream is out more than year and we get it on july 2012 for evo 3D.. face... moreThey can release it as it is NOW. But then the same people dying for update will cry fowl because the update will have shitloads of bugs and errors.
too late anyway.. ice cream is out more than year and we get it on july 2012 for evo 3D.. facepalm..
wtf they r waiting for.. why just dont release it this week ? there is not any good smartphone band atm.
desire z is the most ignored phone in this world.HTC doesn't care about this fine qwerty slider. .still stuck with froyo.I deeply regret buying this phone.
nice to hear that HTC is going according to their promise expecting Ice cream sandwich update for EVO 3D very soon... Thanks HTC your (Quietly brilliant) :)
Wildfire S is the cheapest phone with the qorst CPU, so let it die and buy proper phones :)
lab, 23 May 2012wtf! why not wildfire s? huh unfair don't worry the xda-developers will have a version of ICS 4 for the wildfire s :) ... i think in the next few days
AnonD-49964, 23 May 2012Considering the original Desire has more RAM than the Desire C and a faster processor, plus th... moreEven google themselve dropped the support for HTC Nexus 1, which is similar spec to Desire, so I suggest you don't put any hope on it.
HTC is getting better than Samsung now, in term of update their phone properly.
Thanks, my next phone/tab would be HTC.
I have an HTC sensation in India still haven't received the ICS update
Anonymous, 23 May 2012all the phones i have used are not Branded/Unlocked for example i had Galaxy Tab P1000 when th... moreI hear your point. Each to their own I guess. I prefer to wait and prefer to not use unofficial roms to get my updates earlier. I guess I get a buzz from the anticipation of waiting and finally installing the new update.
Android fragmentation is bad, but at least HTC is doing something about it.
I love the new XPERIA phones but I wonder why Sony's still on Gingerbread even for upcoming phones!
AnonD-49964, 23 May 2012But you have to understand that each manufacturer configure the Android updates with their own... moreall the phones i have used are not Branded/Unlocked for example i had Galaxy Tab P1000 when they 1st announced that the device will receive the update 2.3 last year I have waited 3 months till they announce that the update is released after that I have waited 4 months connecting my Galaxy Tab to the stupid Kies everyday and still nothing after that I Google it and found out about something call ODEN (uploading Official ROM thru Unofficial Method) since that Kies wont recognize my Tab same suffering experience with Galaxy S i9000 … long story short for me as consumer I don’t have to go thru all this waiting and I don’t care what they have to do to fix it